Taksim tünel Beyoğlu istanbul Nahid Özen "Bir tren boşaldı sonra meydanlara kuşlar indi Seni beklerken herşey sana benzedi Sonra bir ağaç indi, agaç Sana benzedi Bir şarkı yanaştı iskeleye, kelimeler sana benzedi Sonra bir yağmur indi, sonra ebem kuşakları Sonra sen geldin, sen geldin Bütün sokaklara Öyle bir rüya öyle Öyle bir rüya Beyoğlu’na bir tramvay Raydan çıkmış vay Sensiz bunca yıl nasıl yaşadığımı Vay ki ömrüme vay"
(Old Canadian Electric Locomotives, Electric Trains)
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Toronto’s Spadina Ave. when it was a quiet rural location
Viewing this photo of Spadina Avenue, with its bustling retail shops, set amid modern and 19th-century buildings, it is difficult to visualize it as a quiet rural avenue that extended through land recently reclaimed from the heavily wooded forests of Upper Canada. The creator of the wide avenue that today we call Spadina was Dr.…
Railroaded into history. On its way to a museum; this 1921 Peter Witt-type streetcar is inched off the flatbed of a transport truck on to tracks at Queen's Quay. The car will be restored and put in Canadian Railroad Museum at Harborfront. One of first cars ordered when Toronto Transportation Commission took over from Toronto Railway Co. in 1921; it was taken out of service about 1961; and had been in Canadian Railroad Historical Association's Montreal museum.
Happy birthday, TTC: Although various private companies had operated transit lines here since 1849, the city established the Toronto Transportation Commission (TTC) 96 years ago, on Sept 1, 1921. This Peter Witt-type 51-passenger streetcar was one of the first ones the TTC purchased. After 41 years of service, it was retired in 1962. You can still see TTC streetcar 2300 if you visit the Canadian Railway Museum in Montreal.